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Skipping Your Vacation Is Ruining Your Career. Here's Why.

The economy would gain $160 billion in business sales and $21 billion in tax revenue if workers used all their available vacation.

AJ Agrawal

5 Ways to Persuade Employees to Take Vacation Before They Burnout

Commitment to work is good, working until you're a zombie is bad.

Daniel Wesley

New Overtime Rules Boost Interest in Scheduling Software

New worker-friendly rules on overtime, paid sick leave and predictable schedules have employers reevaluating their shift-scheduling and time-and-attendance software.

How Millennials May Be Ruining Vacations for All of Us

Not taking time off is a growing phenomenon amongst young workers.

Rose Leadem

We Gave Our Employees Fridays Off Paid and Now We Have an Amazing Team

The best employees want to focus on the job and enjoy the life they are living outside the office. They aren't interested in perks that try to make work like recess.

Ryan Howard

Businesses Shouldn't Underestimate the Real Benefits of Parental Leave

Employers who accommodate families are rewarded with more committed employees.

How to Vacation Like a Boss

Why executives need to take time off and how to prepare for being away from the office.

Sophia Dembling

Check Out This Year's 'Best Places to Work for New Dads'

In its second annual report, lifestyle website Fatherly identifies a shifting attitude toward time off for new fathers.

Lydia Belanger

Do You Care More About Vacation Policies -- or Your People?

Three signs that your time-off policy isn't working.

Matt Straz

Why You Should Take Vacation Days While on Business Trips

Rushing home from a trip can leave you exhausted and dreading the next time you have to travel for work.

Matt Sweetwood

Is 'Paid Time-Off' Actually Possible?

Employees are so attached to work you may have to pass actual policies to pry them from their office email.

Matt Straz

Why My Company Approved Unlimited Vacation Time for Our Team

This was a move on my part to strengthen the company and boost our bottom line by putting faith in people -- not processes.

Jeff Booth